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Bernie Sanders' embrace of "socialism" is rightfully noxious to many Americans, but his anti-oligarchic populism surely is not. (Associated Press/File)

Socialism in new survey again gains favor in America -- and here's why

- The Washington Times

A new YouGov survey of 2,100 U.S. citizens ages 16 and older finds that the term "socialism" is being regarded with rising favor among America's more youthful population, the Generation Z-ers and millennials, collectively between the ages of 16 and 39. This is horrible. And patriotic Americans, Christians in particular, must fight.

The Confederate flag along I-95 in south Stafford seen from Beagle Road on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018. Confederate flag that hangs from an 80-foot pole along I-95 in Virginia is once again drawing the ire of some local residents.  (Peter Cihelka/The Free Lance-Star via AP)

Virginia set to tear down Confederate flag, Robert E. Lee -- history

- The Washington Times

A large Confederate flag that's flown the Interstate 95 skies in Stafford County, Virginia -- and that's been the subject of much heated debate, particularly in recent politically correct times -- will finally be pulled from its post. Chalk this as another historical symbol on the way out, deemed too offensive for public display.

Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks as Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., listens at the Carpenters Local Union 1912 in Phoenix, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020, to kick off a small business bus tour. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) **FILE**

Republican AGs plot path to save America from Biden, Harris

- The Washington Times

Republican attorneys general around the nation have been busily gathering and strategizing how to best offset a worst-case scenario this coming Election Day -- a win for Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Just in case -- it's a phrase that saves. And in this case, it's a phrase that marks a preparation to save the nation from socialism.

Virginia drifting westward, and no one seems willing to stop it

In the horse-race of woke, racialized politics, there are a few clear front-runners. Portland is in a good spot after 100-plus days of rioting. Seattle remains a strong contender after its showing in the CHOP. And, of course, the whole state of California — a perennial favorite — is always a safe bet. The odds are slim that Virginia, an often decently run state, beats out this strong group, but with woke all-stars like Sen. L. Louise Lucas, Portsmouth Democrat, in the General Assembly, they should get a good look.

DC leaf-service cuts harm seniors

How much will the D.C. government save by ordering us 70- and and 80-year-old retirees to use meager Social Security income to buy paper bags to use with our walkers while we perform needed leaf sweeping and bagging? And who will carry these heavy bags from the street to the curb?

Trump a modern JFK

The good news: Voters this year have a chance to elect a presidential candidate who represents the best traditions of the once-proud Democratic Party. The shocking news, at least for some, is that it's not Joe Biden. Not even close.

When Big Brother turns on you

Former Labor Department secretary Robert Reich tweeted recently: "When this nightmare is over, we need a Truth & Reconciliation Commission. It would erase Trump's lies, comfort those who have been harmed by his hatefulness, and name every official, politician, executive, and media mogul whose greed and cowardice enabled this catastrophe."

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